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> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-09-18 14:30:00
BBC Switch. Surviving Parenthood: Series looking at the headlines that affect teenagers. Having a baby is tough for anyone, but how much pressure are teenagers under when they start a family?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-08-21 14:10:00
Coming Out: Presenters Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton look at what it's like to be gay in the UK. How do you tell your straight mates and cope with your parents' expectations?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-08-21 13:55:00
Loving the Tan?: Reporters Adina Campbell and Jonathan Blake look at the lengths teenagers go to for a tan. They speak to a group of self-confessed tan lovers.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-08-21 13:10:00
Coming Out: Presenters Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton look at what it's like to be gay in the UK. How do you tell your straight mates and cope with your parents' expectations?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-08-21 12:55:00
Loving the Tan?: Reporters Adina Campbell and Jonathan Blake look at the lengths teenagers go to for a tan. They speak to a group of self-confessed tan lovers.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-07-24 14:00:00
BBC Switch. Tattoos: Series looking at the headlines that affect teenagers. Adina Campbell and Anthony Baxter meet self-confessed tattoo addict Philippa, who tattoos herself and her mates.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-07-24 13:00:00
BBC Switch. Tattoos: Series looking at the headlines that affect teenagers. Adina Campbell and Anthony Baxter meet self-confessed tattoo addict Philippa, who tattoos herself and her mates.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-06-12 13:40:00
BBC Switch. Growing up in Glasgow: Glasgow has been named the most dangerous city in Western Europe, so what is it like to live there? Adina Campbell and Charlotte Ashton try to find out.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-06-12 12:40:00
BBC Switch. Growing up in Glasgow: Glasgow has been named the most dangerous city in Western Europe, so what is it like to live there? Adina Campbell and Charlotte Ashton try to find out.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-05-01 14:05:00
BBC Switch. The General Election: In the run-up to finding out who will be Prime Minister after 6 May, Revealed looks at everything you need to know about the election.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-05-01 13:05:00
BBC Switch. The General Election: In the run-up to finding out who will be Prime Minister after 6 May, Revealed looks at everything you need to know about the election.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-04-17 13:25:00
BBC Switch. Mephedrone: How dangerous is Mephedrone? Was the government right to ban it? Featuring Rian who ended up in rehab after bingeing on Meph, Revealed investigates the truth about MCAT.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-04-17 12:25:00
BBC Switch. Mephedrone: How dangerous is Mephedrone? Was the government right to ban it? Featuring Rian who ended up in rehab after bingeing on Meph, Revealed investigates the truth about MCAT.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-03-27 14:00:00
BBC Switch. Do You Have a Drinking Problem?: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter attempt to find out why British teenagers are among the biggest binge drinkers in Europe.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-03-13 14:00:00
BBC Switch. Self Harm: Series looking at the headlines that affect teenagers. Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton look into whether self-harm is a growing problem among teenagers.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-02-06 14:00:00
BBC Switch. How to Beat Spots: More than 80 per cent of teenagers will get spots, but how do you get rid of them? Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton investigate different treatments.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2010-01-23 13:40:00
BBC Switch. Surviving Their Divorce: With more couples filing for divorce in January than any other month, Revealed finds out how teenagers are affected when their parents split up.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-12-12 13:40:00
BBC Switch. After the Floods: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter meet teenagers affected by the floods in Cumbria. Charlotte also sees how teens are coping after the 2007 floods in Tewkesbury.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-11-28 12:55:00
BBC Switch. Do You Have a Drinking Problem?: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter attempt to find out why British teenagers are among the biggest binge drinkers in Europe.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-11-14 14:00:00
BBC Switch. Who Feels British?: Reporters Anthony Baxter and Adina Campbell journey across the UK to find out who feels British. Is being British about anything more than flags and food?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-10-17 12:25:00
BBC Switch. How to Beat Spots: More than 80 per cent of teenagers will get spots, but how do you get rid of them? Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton investigate different treatments.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-10-17 11:25:00
BBC Switch. How to Beat Spots: More than 80 per cent of teenagers will get spots, but how do you get rid of them? Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton investigate different treatments.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-10-03 14:00:00
BBC Switch. Cannabis: Reporters Anthony Baxter and Adina Campbell investigate cannabis. They separate fact from fiction and ask whether the drug really can mess with your mind.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-10-03 13:00:00
BBC Switch. Cannabis: Reporters Anthony Baxter and Adina Campbell investigate cannabis. They separate fact from fiction and ask whether the drug really can mess with your mind.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-09-12 13:45:00
BBC Switch. Coming Out: Presenters Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton look at what it's like to be gay in the UK. How do you tell your straight mates and cope with your parents' expectations?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-09-12 12:45:00
BBC Switch. Coming Out: Presenters Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton look at what it's like to be gay in the UK. How do you tell your straight mates and cope with your parents' expectations?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-06-06 13:40:00
BBC Switch. Where Are All The Jobs?: Reporters Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter find out how difficult it is to get a part-time job, now that over two million people in the UK are unemployed.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-05-16 13:40:00
BBC Switch. How to Beat Spots: More than 80 per cent of teenagers will get spots, but how do you get rid of them? Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton investigate different treatments.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-05-16 12:40:00
BBC Switch. How to Beat Spots: More than 80 per cent of teenagers will get spots, but how do you get rid of them? Anthony Baxter and Charlotte Ashton investigate different treatments.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-05-01 09:00:00
Manorexia: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter discuss male body image and eating disorders like anorexia, binge eating and bulimia.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-05-01 08:00:00
Manorexia: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter discuss male body image and eating disorders like anorexia, binge eating and bulimia.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-04-11 13:45:00
BBC Switch. A look at the headlines that affect teens. Presenters Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter discuss nomophobia, i.e. a fear of not having your mobile phone.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-04-11 12:45:00
BBC Switch. A look at the headlines that affect teens. Presenters Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter discuss nomophobia, i.e. a fear of not having your mobile phone.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-03-28 13:45:00
What Do They Know About You?: Journalists Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter explore how today's teenagers are under surveillance more than ever before. Is anything still private?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-03-21 13:45:00
Dream On?: Reporters Anthony Baxter and Tina Daheley ask how important sleep really is and meet the head teacher who thinks school should start at 11am to allow pupils a lie-in.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-02-21 13:45:00
How Worried Should You Be About Knife Crime?: Last year more people than ever were murdered with a knife and more people are being caught carrying one, but is that the full picture?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-02-07 13:55:00
Your Sex Life: A look at the headlines that affect teens. Is better sex education really the answer to the UK's high teen pregnancy rates?

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-01-24 13:50:00
Our Big Fat Problem: One in five under 16s is obese and it's a growing problem. Reporters Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter meet the UK teenagers who are trying to lose weight.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2009-01-10 13:50:00
Manorexia: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter discuss male body image and eating disorders like anorexia, binge eating and bulimia.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-12-13 13:45:00
Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter meet the finalists for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award. It's down to the last three.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-12-06 13:45:00
Missing People: Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter meet people that have runaway and ask whether enough is being done to care for teenagers that end up on the streets.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-10-11 13:45:00
BBC Switch. What next for Bridgend? The second of a two part special on the borough of Bridgend in South Wales, where there have been 23 apparent suicides since January last year.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-10-11 12:45:00
BBC Switch. What next for Bridgend? The second of a two part special on the borough of Bridgend in South Wales, where there have been 23 apparent suicides since January last year.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-09-05 18:30:00
BBC Switch: Why Do they Hate You? Journalists Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter travel around the UK to discover why British teenagers have got such a bad reputation.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-09-05 17:30:00
BBC Switch: Why Do they Hate You? Journalists Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter travel around the UK to discover why British teenagers have got such a bad reputation.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-05-17 14:20:00
BBC Switch: Why Do they Hate You? Journalists Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter travel around the UK to discover why British teenagers have got such a bad reputation.

> Revealed on BBC Two at 2008-05-17 13:20:00
BBC Switch: Why Do they Hate You? Journalists Charlotte Ashton and Anthony Baxter travel around the UK to discover why British teenagers have got such a bad reputation.

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